Jerusalem beach in Tel Aviv is a beautiful and popular beach. Photo by Flash90. The international symbol of the Blue Flag, earned by upholding environmental and accessibility standards, has come to Israel.
I want to preface this wonderfully pertinent article by Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks with a few comments of my own. I have some very close friends who are active in the peace movements here and abroad. Some have been involved in spiritual quests for many years and write of their revelations they have received through their Guru’s teachings and encourage others to hear and follow them. Some have found their “bliss” through food, nature and social justice activism.
By Harley Zipori. I write a blog. I’m not a journalist nor do I pretend to be one. I do not do a lot of fact checking for my blog simply because I try to avoid facts. I check that I am accurately relating any information I use in the blog. The beauty of a blog of this kind is that is my opinion. How I see things.
Israeli researchers have discovered a new protein that can save women’s lives. Israeli technology prevents scars both during and following surgery. Israeli doctors successfully delivered the conjoined twins of a Palestinian Arab woman. The Hebrew University has given an award to the Israeli who saved the bees. Google bought Israel’s Waze for a record $1 billion. Jews, Christians and Moslems cheered as F1 racecars roared through Jerusalem. An inspiring speech by the UK’s Chief Rabbi at London’s pro-Israel rally. Continue Reading »